Being released ten days after Firefox 188.8.131.52 is now Mozilla Firefox 184.108.40.206. This latest browser update, once again, is to address security vulnerabilities. The two issues fixed in Firefox 220.127.116.11 is unescaped URIs being passed to external programs and privilege escalation through chrome-loaded about:blank windows. Additional information is available from the Firefox release notes.
Earlier this week Firefox 18.104.22.168 was released with security and stability updates, and today marks the release of Thunderbird 22.214.171.124. Mozilla Thunderbird 126.96.36.199 marks the fixing of two security vulnerabilities -- remote code execution by launching Firefox from Internet Explorer and crashes with evidence of memory corruption. The Thunderbird release notes can be read on Mozilla.org.
In Mozilla's battle against stability and security bugs, Firefox 188.8.131.52 has been released. Eight known security vulnerabilities have been corrected in this release including crashes with evidence of memory corruption, frame spoofing, file type confusion, and remote code execution by launching Firefox from Internet Explorer. The release notes for Mozilla Firefox 184.108.40.206 are available from Mozilla.org.
Mozilla Firefox 3.0 Alpha 6 (or also known as Gran Paradiso 1.9 Alpha 6) has been released with a number of updates since the fifth alpha release. Some of the changes include the SQLite engine being upgraded to version 3.3.17, improved cookie performance, support for site-specific preferences, a new Quit dialog box, added a permanent "restart Firefox" button to the add-ons manager, fixes to the download manager, Places fixes, and Gecko 1.9 bug fixes. Ernst Persson had also passed along that while it's not officially mentioned in the Firefox 3.0 Alpha 6 release notes from Mozilla, this version does in fact support GTK theme HTML form controls on Linux.
The fourth Firefox update in the 2.0 branch is now available. Firefox 220.127.116.11 fixes several issues, and adds support for several new languages. More information on the security fixes and download links are available from Mozilla.
After what had seemed like an eternity, Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0 is finally available (Firefox 2.0 was released last October). Thunderbird 2.0 offers new ways to manage and organize email with message tags, advanced folder views, message history navigation, find as you type, and improves new mail alert notifications. More information on the new features for this mail and RSS client is available here while MozillaZine has the announcement from Team Thunderbird's Scott MacGregor.
For the Mozilla Firefox 1.5 and 2.0 branches there are new updates available -- 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 respectively. These new updates introduce no new features but continues with security and stability improvements. For more information see Mozilla.org.
On the Mozilla development planning list, the possibility of delivering a Mozilla-based desktop environment is being discussed, which would be similar to GNOME or KDE and run off either the Linux or FreeBSD kernel. The complete discussion is available to read and provide input here.
Firefox 126.96.36.199 has been released today. New in Mozilla Firefox 188.8.131.52 is security updates, new language support, and the permissions bug fixed. The release notes are available here.
While Mozilla Firefox 2.0 "Bon Echo" has only been in existence now for a few months, the second Alpha release for Mozilla Firefox 3.0 "Gran Paradiso" is now available. Among the changes in Firefox 3 Alpha 2 is some core layout code being rewritten, ACID2 test compliance, support for Web Apps 1.0 API, XML load document changes, improvements in the Cairo graphics layer, and much more. Mozilla Firefox 3.0 "Gran Paradiso" is based upon the Mozilla Gecko 1.9 branch and is due out later this year. More information on Gran Paradiso Alpha 2 is available here.
Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0 Beta 2 has been released. Among the new features is message tagging, new interface, session history navigation, find as you type, updates to extension system, and much more. The release notes can be found here.
The SeaMonkey Internet application suite from Mozilla has now reached version 1.1. There are many new features in this release, and the release notes for Mozilla SeaMonkey 1.1 can be read here.
The desired features for Firefox 3 have been organized and released after a recent Mozilla meeting. Among the mandatory Firefox 3 features include improved interaction with ad-ons, support for remote bookmarks, robust plug-in support, improved printing support, improved password management, and Airbag crash system implementation. Among the highly desirable features (but not guaranteed for Firefox 3.0) are saving web pages as PDF files, pause/resume downloads across sessions, and Microformats support. More on the Firefox 3 features and other information can be found in the Wiki. Mozilla Firefox 3.0 final should be out third quarter this year.
While Mozilla Firefox 2.0 has been out now for almost two months, the Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0 branch is still catching up. Coming out of the Mozilla camp today is Thunderbird 2.0 Beta 1. Some of the new features in this development milestone is message tagging, improved default theme, session history navigation, folder views, improved extensions support, improved offline management, improved new mail notification alerts, folder summary pop-ups, cached search folders, improved filing tools, and an update to the Thunderbird extension system. Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0 Beta 1 can be grabbed for all major platforms. Thunderbird 2 final is anticipated for release in the first quarter of next year.
Last week we reported on the Gecko 1.9 Alpha 1 release, and with that the first Alpha release for Mozilla Firefox 3.0 is now out the door! Gran Paradiso is both the codename for Firefox 3.0 as well as Gecko 1.9 (as well as being the highest mountain group in the Graian Alps). Some the changes between Firefox 2.0 and Firefox 3.0 Alpha 1 is the Cairo graphics library being used by default, updated threading model, changes to how DOM events are dispatched, changes to how elements are loaded, changes to how web pages are painted, and new SVG elements and filters. The release notes for Mozilla Grand Paradiso Alpha 1 can be found here.
Gran Paradiso Alpha 1 is out! Gran Paradiso is the project codename for Firefox 3.0. Gran Paradiso Alpha 1 is the first early development milestone based on the Gecko 1.9 branch. While no significant user-end changes have been made in this release, Cairo is now the default graphics library and there are new SVG elements. The Gran Paradiso Alpha 1 announcement can be read here.
The tree for Gecko 1.9 Alpha has been closed. This will be the first (of many) Alpha releases in the Mozilla Gecko 1.9 branch. After the builds have been completed, they will be announced, but is a release for the core Gecko rendering engine only. No front-end changes will be made in Mozilla Gecko 1.9 Alpha 1 from the recent release of Firefox 2.0.0. See more information at Mozilla Developer News.
In the Mozilla 1.5 Gecko 1.8 branch, new versions of Firefox and Thunderbird have been released. Both Firefox 184.108.40.206 and Thunderbird 220.127.116.11 feature product stability improvements and security fixes.
Along with the new 18.104.22.168 release of Firefox and Thunderbird, Mozilla SeaMonkey 1.0.6 has been released along with a 1.1 Beta of SeaMonkey. Some of the new improvements being worked on for SeaMonkey 1.1 are tab previews, spell checking, e-mail tagging system, better new mail notifications, and an updated ChatZilla IRC client. For those that have never used SeaMonkey, it's an all-in-one Internet suite. The release announcement can be found at MozillaZine.
Mozilla Firefox 2.0 has been released. Firefox 2 features a great deal of features and other improvements as we have shared in many articles (Firefox 2.0 Beta 1; A Tour of Bon Echo Alpha 2; Firefox 2.0 Alpha 1). The Mozilla website has been updated to reflect today's release of Firefox 2.0.
Mozilla Firefox 2.0 RC3 (the final release candidate in the Firefox 2.0 branch) has been released. An announcement can be found over at the Mozilla Developer News. Firefox 2.0 Release Candidate 3 primarily addresses bugs from the previous test versions.
Mozilla Sunbird 0.3 has been released as well as Mozilla Lightning 0.3 (Thunderbird calendar extension). New in Sunbird 0.3 is a new storage architecture, an improved user interface, redesigned preferences, 24-hour views, and much more. The release notes for Mozilla Sunbird can be read here. More on the features for Lightning 0.3 can be found here.
Mozilla Firefox 2.0 "Bon Echo" has reached its first release candidate. This release should be very close to the final product that will ship later this year. Among the changes are user interface improvements, anti-phising protection, enhanced search capabilities, inline spell checking, improved tabbing, and much more. The release notes can be found here. Phoronix coverage can be found for Bon Echo Alpha 2 and Mozilla Firefox 2.0 Beta 1.
Another security and stability update is now out for Firefox. Mozilla Firefox v22.214.171.124 improves stability and fixes seven security flaws. This update is available for all platforms. Mozilla Thunderbird has also been updated to v126.96.36.199 for security (six flaws) and stability. Here and here are the release notes respectively.
While Firefox 2.0 isn't expected for a final release until early 2007, the second Beta of Mozilla Firefox 2.0 (Bon Echo) has been released. Of the many changes in this beta release include an updated Firefox 2 theme and visual effects, built-in phishing detector, enhanced search capabilities, improved tabbed browsing, browser resume session, preview/subscribe to RSS feeds, in-line spell checker, live titles, and improved add-on manager. The various Beta packages can be downloaded from Mozilla. Phoronix had previously provided a tour of Bon Echo (Firefox 2) as well as screenshots of Beta 1.
Mozilla Thunderbird 2 Alpha 1 has been released, which contains a slew of improvements and new features. The Mozilla Thunderbird 2 Alpha 1 change-log can be read here. Shortly after the Mozilla Firefox v188.8.131.52 release, Mozilla Firefox v184.108.40.206 has already appeared on the Mozilla FTP server. This release apparently corrects some issues brought up in the latest build.
A new security update is out today for the Mozilla Firefox 1.5 branch. The Mozilla Firefox 220.127.116.11 binary is available here.
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